2013 ACG Los Angeles Business Conference

The ACG LA Business Conference is the nation’s premiere gathering for the business, corporate and finance community. In its 16th year, ACG LA hosted its conference on September 16th and 17th at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. This year’s impressive roster included President Bill Clinton as the 2013 Keynote Speaker along with a number of well-respected industry CEO’s. The event once again featured its annual Women’s Luncheon, Vertical Industry Breakout Sessions, Deal Source and Capital Connection which brought together over 130 capital providers. One of the new networking events introduced this year was the Monday night Pre-Conference Private Equity/Intermediary dinner that took place at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills and served as a great kick-off to the succesful conference.

For over 40 years, ACG LA has been a hub for the city’s business community. A place for executives of all types to learn new practices, challenge conventional thinking and broaden and strengthen their relationships throughout the region. ACG LA’s members represent companies and industries that are as varied as the neighborhoods of Los Angeles – corporate executives, commercial and investment bankers, private equity investors as well as legal, accounting and finance professionals, many of whom specialize in mergers and acquisitions or corporate development. The diversity of professions and industries is one of ACG LA’s greatest strengths, along with the Chapter’s commitment to hosting events that bring members together, as well as help them share information and stay apprised of the business environment. ACG LA is more than a networking group—it’s an organization of individuals pursuing the shared goal of corporate growth

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